Heidi Bulich is an award-winning educator and attorney, with extensive background in business operations and financial services. She has a bachelor’s and law degree from Georgetown University. Heidi began her career practicing real estate, banking and corporate law for a Detroit law firm and working as inside counsel for a large financial institution. During this time, she was an Adjunct Professor in the MBA Program at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan where she taught Real Estate Law.
In 2003, she left private practice and began teaching full time at the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. Ms. Bulich taught several classes including Business Law, Real Estate Law & Finance and Smart Growth & Sustainability. In 2010, she was honored by the Senior Class as the Outstanding Faculty Member at Michigan State. She also received several other teaching awards and was awarded an Adams Teaching Fellowship.
In 2013, she moved to Raleigh, North Carolina and accepted a position as Associate Professor in the Poole College of Management at North Carolina State University, where she taught business law to undergraduates and advanced commercial law in the Master of Accounting Program. At both NC State and Michigan State, she served on several department and university committees including the University Committee on Faculty Affairs and the College Assessment Committee.
Ms. Bulich is a Clinical Associate Professor and Director of the Construction Project Management and Real Estate Development minors in the School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation. She teaches “People, Planet and Profit: Building Sustainable Places” the introductory course for the real estate development minor that focuses on emerging issues related to resiliency. She uses placemaking to tie in the 4 disciplines represented in the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation: architecture and urban design, urban planning, historic preservation and real estate development to examine how together, they can work to promote socio-cultural, economic, environmental and sustainability within a resilient built environment.
JD – Georgetown University Law Center, 1988
BSFS – Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, 1983